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Kevin wins divisional player of the year for second year in a row

Published: Saturday, 05 May 2018 19:39

Youth player Kevin Kenny picked up the Wexford Football League Youth Division Three Player of the Year award for the second year in a row. This well deserved award is voted for by the other clubs in the division and is a great achievement to win it once, but to win it twice at Youth level is a little bit special. Well done to Kevin who enjoyed a great season as he captained the Youth team to the Division Three title and he is also an integral part of the Men's A team squad

Kevin will be presented with his award at the League's presentation night which will be held in the Horse and Hound, Ballinaboola on Friday May 25th

Under 18 girls through to Shield Final

Published: Wednesday, 02 May 2018 21:07

Wexford Football League Division Four A

29-04-2018: Tombrack United  1 Campile United  2

01-05-2018: Ballymurn Celtic 4 Tombrack United 3

Our mens second team played two matches over the past few days and although they collected no points, they put in two competitive performances, especially at home to Campile on Sunday when the visitors clinched promotion courtesy of this win. Savo scored the goal on Sunday and scored twice when the lads travelled to Ballymurn on Tuesday and lost by the odd goal in seven with John Kavanagh also scoring. They play at home to Cloughbawn on Sunday as they work their way towards the end of the season

Wexford Women's League Division Two

29-04-2018: Tombrack United  0  Corach Ramblers  1

Our women played out a closely contested match at home to Corach Ramblers on Sunday and despite enjoying a lot of possession, the women could not break down a hard working Corach defence and an excellent goalkeeper. Overall the performance from Tombrack was quite competent but a slight break in concentration allowed Corach in to score with fifteen minutes to go. Our women's best chance came when a long range effort from Mary Martin was tipped over the crossbar by the keeper. May will be a busy month for the Women as they play a Shield semi final, FAI Intermediate Cup game, Divisional Cup Final, as well as their final league match

Squad: Ashling Kavanagh, Mary Martin, Breda Cushen, Tia Byrne, Eimear Whelan (Sharon Walsh), Sarah Merrigan, Mary Boland, Kelli Maguire, Katie O Toole (Amie Walsh), Ciara Ryan, Leanne Kenny (Shauna McGovern)

Schoolgirls Under Eighteen Seven a Side Shield Semi Final

30-04-2018: Tombrack United  3  Bree United  1  aet

Our Under Eighteen girls booked their place in the final of the Under Eighteen Shield when they overcame a very determined effort from Bree United with Tombrack coming from a goal behind to win in extra time. Bree took a first half lead but some determined play by Tombrack saw them bring the game to extra time when Becky Connaughton scored a cracker of a goal. No further goals saw the game go to extra time where player of the match, Katie O Toole scored before Becky scored her second to wrap up the match. Well done to the girls on this great win and they now await the winners of St Leonards and New Ross Town in the final

Youths finish up season unbeaten while Under Sixteen girls keep pressure on the leaders

Published: Saturday, 28 April 2018 21:25

Wexford Schoolboys Under Fifteen

Tombrack United  2  Glynn Barntown  2

Our Under Fifteen boys kept their slim chances of snatching second place alive after this 2-2 draw against second placed Glynn Barntown. The lads have three games left and if they win all three and Glynn Barntown don't win their final game, runners up spot is still a mathematical possibility. This game was a tight even contest with little between the two sides with goals from Evan Maher and Danny Ascot earning the lads a vital point

Wexford Youths League Division Three

Bree United  0  Tombrack United  4

Having secured the league title on Wednesday evening in Enniscorthy United, this game was all about rounding off a successful season unbeaten and extending that unbeaten record for the Youths team to two seasons, an excellent achievement at any level. This talented squad won this division on merit, beating some strong clubs along the way

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Another Point for Over Thirty Fives

Published: Friday, 27 April 2018 21:43

Wexford Football League Premier Division

North End United  4  Tombrack United  0

Our lads put in a strong performance against a very in form North End side before eventually going down 4-0, a result that moves the Wexford town side to the top of the division. For the opening twenty minutes Tombrack matched the home side and created two good chances which were well saved before conceding a penalty on 22 minutes which gave North End the lead. This was followed by a defensive error which allowed the home side in for their second and a well taken goal just before half time made it 3-0. Tombrack worked hard in the second half and restricted the FAI Junior Cup finalists to just one further score and while points are becoming vitally important, they can be happy with this performance against arguably the best junior team in the country at present

Carlow Over Thirty Five League Division Two

St Josephs  3  Tombrack United  3

Richie O Hara and Martin Armstrong marked their debut's on the Over Thirty Five team with goals as the lads played out a 3-3 draw on a very small hilly pitch in Tinryland this evening. In a match played at a furious pace, Tombrack had keeper Obi Kavanagh to thank for keeping them in the game where a few errors almost proved costly although they did create chances of their own with Martin Doyle, Aidan Allen and Keith Kelly all going close. Disaster struck midway through the half when the home side capitalised on a defensive mix up to roll the ball into a empty net. Ten minutes later, Tombrack were back level when Richie went to knock the ball past a defender who handled it, giving away a penalty which Richie calmly converted

Some sustained pressure from Tombrack in the second half resulted in Martin Armstrong scoring when Richie swung in a corner to put Tombrack ahead. Obi was still pulling off miraclous one on one saves in the goal but eventually he was beaten when he was unable to get to a well struck shot from the centre of the area. It looked like St Josephs had stolen all three points when Tombrack failed to clear their lines and the home side scored

However, Tombrack pressed in search of an equaliser with Martin Armstrong just heading wide and with minutes left, David Kennedy swung in a vicious free kick which Richie headed to the net for a well earned point

This team is showing improvement with every game and all fourteen players played their part in a battling performance that lacked a bit of composure at times but possessed a lot of spirit. No game next week and wish Crow and his entourage a great time as they head off to foreign lands to celebrate his stag

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